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  • Solr+SOGo

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    girishG

    This was a regression in Cloudron 7.7. Thanks for reporting @AartJansen

    Fixed in https://git.cloudron.io/cloudron/box/-/commit/1afa2e87ec93881ebcd1f79d83d4477467b40770

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    robiR

    This may also offer an improvement AIFS - https://github.com/KillianLucas/aifs for local semantic search over folders!

    @Girish what do you think? And if running across the host system platform data, it could index all ones cloudron sites.

  • How to disable Solr

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    infogulchI

    @girish I think that would be a good change.

    I also think I should have gone through the Troubleshooting document sooner 😸 :

    https://docs.cloudron.io/troubleshooting/

    Thanks!

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    girishG

    If you go down this route, be sure to search via roundcube or SOGo and not rainloop because the latter does not support recursive search.

    A while ago @samir shared a recipe with me to make doveadm work, let me see if that still works when I find the time.

  • Solr: "Enabled / not running"

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    murgeroM

    @necrevistonnezr I noticed the first time enabling it,it has to index each mailbox which takes time depending on how big they are. I am sure if you left it as-is for a bit it would have started on it's own.

    Glad it's working now

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    girishG

    I found that in Thundberbird, if you press Ctrl+K, it will use IMAP search.

    On Android K-9, there is Settings -> Account Settings -> Search -> Enable server search.